Create a Crayon Resist Watercolor Painting
The watercolor paint will not adhere or stick to the resisted areas. Watercolor is a transparent medium and will contrast with the resist areas because crayon is an opaque medium. It looks cool!
What you’ll need:
Water Color Paints (preferably dark colors)
Crayons (preferably light color crayons, even white)
Step One: Start by drawing your design in pencil.
Step Two: Trace over the lines where you do not want the watercolor to be in your white or light-colored crayon.
Step Three: Wet the paper where you want the watercolor to be then layer your watercolor paint on. (This technique is called wet-on-wet)
Step Four: Add more paint over your first layer. You can see that the paint does not adhere or stick to the lines that are made of crayons.
Step Five: Take a photo of your painting and share it with us by tagging the MAC on social media and using #ArtShareMAC!, or email us your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will share it for you!